After a few weeks of leaks and teases, NVIDIA has made its GeForce GTX 980 Ti official. The new GTX 980 Ti uses the same GM200 core that the GeForce GTX Titan X used, but reduces the VRAM from 12GB to 6GB, among other slight reductions.
The GTX 980 Ti is a powerhouse GPU, offering Titan X like performance, but with a competitive price of $649. Considering the Titan X is still $999, AMD will have its work cut out for it with the release of the Radeon R9 390X, or Radeon Fury, depending on what we get. We also reported yesterday of some of the GTX 980 Ti cards to expect from NVIDIA's partners, which should be officially unveiled in the coming days.
We have a roundup of the various reviews from our friends around the web, as we don't just like to show off our own work (if I may say so myself).
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 08:34 pm CDT
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